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- Cellophane is a thin, transparent sheet made of regenerated cellulose. Its low permeability to air, oils, greases, bacteria, and water makes it useful...
- Cellophane noodles, or fensi (simplified Chinese: 粉丝; traditional Chinese: 粉絲; pinyin: fěnsī; lit.: 'flour thread'), sometimes called gl**** noodles, are...
- The Cellophane Paradox (also the Cellophane Trap or Cellophane Fallacy or Gingerbread Paradox) describes a type of incorrect reasoning used in market regulation...
- Cellophane is a thin transparent sheet made from regenerated cellulose. Cellophane may also refer to: Cellophane (band), a Californian rock band "Cellophane"...
- will divorce her and look like a villain, which Amos almost does ("Mr. Cellophane"). Velma tries to show Billy all the tricks she has planned for her trial...
- "Cellophane" (stylised as cellophane) is a song by English singer FKA Twigs, released as the lead single from her second studio album Magdalene (2019)...
- British Cellophane Ltd (BCL) was a joint venture company formed in 1935 between La Cellophane SA and Courtaulds, when they began building a major factory...
- early 20th century included Bakelite closures on bottles, transparent cellophane overwraps and panels on cartons. These innovations increased processing...
- (Called Wild Thing in the United States) (1966) Trogglodynamite (1967) Cellophane (1967) Mixed Bag (Called Hip Hip ****ay in the United States) (1968) The...
- Cellophane was an alternative metal/rock band from California. They released a single eponymous album in 1997. Cellophane started in 1995 after singer/songwriter...
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